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More than just costumes and castles
An unusual film in that the main focus is the complex friendship between George Brummell - Granger - and Ustinov's Prince of Wales. The love affair between Granger and Elizabeth Taylor has little spark or screen time. Stewart Granger gets a chance to show his acting chops, delivering witty lines almost like a character in an Oscar Wilde play. Peter Ustinov, as always, is superb as the childish, insecure but quite endearing Prince.
I'll watch anything with Peter Ustinov. He's one of my favorite actors of that era.
Handsome Stewart Granger !!
- Maureen v.v.
A good movie to watch for all Stewart Granger fans. Yes, Elizabeth Taylor looked beautiful and Peter Ustinov and Robert Morley are good actors. But I only gave it 2 stars because I found it boring.
Please put this out on DVD!!!
- Cathy R.
One of my favorite movies to watch the handsome Stewart Granger! Please put this wonderful movie on DVD!!
Adoro este filme
Este filme timo. Mostra uma bela Elizabeth Taylor lindisssima por sinal e o Stewart Granger muito belo. Uns dos melhores filmes que j vi.
Great, old fashioned costume effort
- jake timmons
This picture features two of the most beautiful people of the 1950' s, Elizabeth Taylor and Stewart Granger, and one of the ugliest, Peter Ustinov. Beau Brummell is pseudo-bio of the great British dandy, depicting some of the wild adventures and intrigue thst he possibly have had while moving around the upper-crust regency society. Taylor is beautiful and alluring although she really isn't given anything to do but just that----be gorgeous scenary. Granger girdles his waist flat to wear the exquisitely detailed Regency Buck costumes, although the look on his face towards the end of the film often indicates he wishes he could take off his girdle. Ustinov, the hammiest of hams, delivers probably the best lines, similar to those he uttered as King Nero in Quo Vadis a few years before.All-in-all, not historically accurate, but amusing, and a chance to see how the other half live.
- Julie Chapman
What a brilliant film. The quicker this film is out on DVD Region 2, the better